Cheryl Musgrave’s years of service in state and local government have made her a leading voice on Indiana government reform and a capable, recognized administrator and reformer. Over two decades, she has worked to serve taxpayers by cutting public waste, modernizing outdated processes, and building necessary projects. Her executive skills have been tested by crisis and proven by her record of delivering effective change. Always fiercely independent and devoted to the public interest, she has compiled a record of sensible and innovative changes that have resonated across the state.
“Good roads mean good jobs. Let's build our infrastructure, including good roads and water and sewer, to create the basis for growth and development.”
“Good roads mean good jobs. I pledge to make road maintenance and construction the center piece of my administration. County roads are where the growth is happening. Let's work to ensure they are safe for farmers, residents, and school bus transportation.”
“Let's keep property taxes low for farmers and all property owners!”
Volunteers for Election Day
Wear a beautiful Musgrave for Commissioner T Shirt and greet voters at the polls on Election Day, November 8, 2016.
Paid for by Friends of Musgrave